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Health Care Professionals' Ethical Criteria on ‘Quality-of-Life’ Versus ‘Sanctity-of-Life’Judgements in the Intensive Care Setting

Healthcare Professionals’ Moral Reasoning on the Ethical Challenges of ‘Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders’ in Intensive Care Units

Theological and Anthropological Vision of the Body: An Ethical Framework for Bioethics

Life After Synthia: The Impact of Synthetic Organisms on Our Notions of Life

Patient Participation and Informed Consent: Perceptions of Maltese Patients with Rheumatological Conditions

Peter Singer's Moral Reasoning as Advocacy of the Culture of Death

Dignity in Elderly Care

Ethical Issues Related to Occupational Injustice Against Adults Who Experience Mental Health Difficulties

Anonymous Gamete Donation and the Right of the Child to Know One's Biological Parents

The Re-Creation of Man Genetic Testing, Genetic Selection or a New Form of Eugenics
The Physiotherapists' Practice of Informed Consent in Acute Care

Leon R. Kass on Human Dignity

Advance Directives Across Europe

Ethical Challenges of Dimentia for Health Care Workers

The Right of Premature Neonates to Palliative Care

From Genome to Epigenome: Ethical Implications of Epigenetic Research

Access to Medicines Under the Maltese Social Security System: Ethical Aspects

A Maltese Perspective on Breaking Bad News in Cancer

Ethical Considerations in the Kidney Allocation for Transplantation: A Comparative Study

Clinical Governance: Ethical Challenges in Oral Health Services

The Ethico-Legal Implications of Neuroscience: Where Do We Draw the Line

Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life: Legal and Moral Issues

Doing Bioethics Through Literature-Jodi Picoult

Food Ethics: Towards a Sustainable Policy

The Role of a Guardian for Future Generations in a Biotechnological Era

Ethical Issues Related to the Choice and Duration of Treatment By Maltese Physiotherapists

Brain Mapping and Criminal Responsibility: Some Ethico - Legal Implications

Artificial Nutrition and Hydration in End-of-life Geriatric Care: Medical Treatment or Basic Care?

Community Care as A Health Care Priority: A Local Perspective

The Unborn Child’s Rights and Best Interests

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Measuring Divinity - Inter Faculty Colloquium
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21st Annual Augustinian Lecture 2017
The 21st Annual Augustinian Lecture 2017 will be celebrated on the 5th and 6th December 2017 with two lectures delivered by Rev. Prof. Theodore Dieter.

Closing Date Dissertation Proposals
Deadline to present dissertation proposals for next Faculty Board is Wednesday 29th November 2017 at 1700hrs

Augustinian Institute Academic Year 2017-18

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Dissertation Logbook
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Last Updated: 16 June 2016

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